Joint Strategic Needs Assessment (JSNA)
About the JSNA
The Haringey Joint Strategic Needs Assessment (JSNA) is comprised of a rolling series of factsheets providing in depth perspective on key health and wellbeing needs of the Haringey population. The factsheets encapsulate the local evidence base about what works and what services are available in order to inform decision making about how to commission future health and social care services.
The JSNA examines a wide variety of factors that have an impact on the health and wellbeing of residents in Haringey, in line with the priorities of the Health and Wellbeing Board. It seeks to encourage better working between providers, commissioners and the local authority.
The JSNA pages are currently being refreshed. Some of the factsheets developed as part of the refresh have been published below. The remaining factsheets are in the process of being developed. The factsheets will explore different public health related issues, the wider determinants of health and the interrelationship with community-based assets.
- Adult Mental Health (PDF, 184KB)
- Air Pollution (PDF, 758KB)
- Children and Young People’s Mental Health and Wellbeing (PDF, 2MB)
- Drugs - Haringey Stat (PDF, 2MB)
- Modern Slavery (PDF, 409KB)
- Sexual Health (PDF, 266KB)
- Special Educational Needs and Disabilities - SEND (PDF, 949KB)
- Violence Against Women and Girls - VAWG (PDF, 2MB)
The Haringey JSNAs are used to support the Health and Wellbeing Strategy which sets out the council’s priorities to improve the health of the local population of Haringey.
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